Four Seasons Rug and Upholstery Care is recommended by the County’s top high- end furniture stores including Ethan Allen. To keep your furniture clean, it’s necessary to conduct routine maintenance (e.g. vacuuming, immediate attention to spills), coupled with periodic cleaning by a certified technician every 12 to 24 months. Furniture and fabric manufacturers recommend that consumers not wait until severe soiling occurs before cleaning because the greater the soiling, the less the likelihood of restoring the fabric’s original color, appearance and texture; and the greater adverse effect on indoor environmental quality.
At Four Seasons, we have been trained and certified by the Institute of Inspection Cleaning and Restoration Certification (IICRC), for upholstery cleaning and leather cleaning. WE HOLD MULTIPLE CERTIFICATIONS INCLUDING MASTER TEXTILE CLEANER. This means that our certified technicians have been through special training schools on how to clean all types of upholstered fabrics and leather furniture. We’re experienced in all methods of cleaning—even dry cleaning if you need that done. The first step is where we inspect the furniture to determine the proper cleaning method, and we will arrive at your location ready to do the job, whatever the method.. But most often, we use a low moisture extraction method to clean your upholstery. This provides the maximum soil removal and maximum spot removal while safely cleaning your fabrics. We sometimes use shampoo foam method or hand shampoo, on delicate fabrics. We always use a special low moisture tool that extracts soils while never over-wetting the fabric.. Your fabrics are nearly dry by the time we’re finished. This system greatly reduces the chances of harming your fabrics.
Our upholstery cleaning steps…
- First, we inspect the piece to determine the appropriate cleaning method
- Next we vacuum your upholstery to remove as much dry soil as possble
- Then your fabric or leather is cleaned with a safe, low moisture method of cleaning
- Drying steps are taken to quickly dry your upholstery
Leather furniture needs a regular cleaning. Like upholstered furniture using textile, it takes on the same dirt and pollutants. However, unlike upholstered furniture, leather faces an added challenge: lost moisture and softness over time. Store-bought leather cleaners and conditioners provide immediate relief when cleaning leather furniture, but they can also cause long-term damage.
Proper maintenance requires the expertise of a professional upholstery cleaner. We use safe, professional leather cleaners, moisturizers and protectors to rejuvenate your leather furniture.
Your upholstery is cleaned with the utmost of care. You’re going to love our service and how your furniture looks after cleaning. Why don’t you give us a try to get fresh, clean upholstery?